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Full text of "Gadaba"

4.3. /   go:) Is suffixed to blsyllablc transitive verbs,   If they enp

In a \owel.



Duplicate es :



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/teno : g o :/ = trampledwith feet.



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/no : wo : g o :/ = swallowed



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/tiyo : g o :/ = carried.



yy



/la : yo : g o :/ = dug



Non  duplicatives :



w



/kurro :/: g = cooked



<s?



/o : bo : g o :/ = bit



w

/oggocco : g o :/ * killed



o       *" }

/sig irorg o :/ = sold



4.4.   /o :/ appeared on monosyllables that end in a coasonent.



w                             o



to:g-fo:=to:go: = grinded



t)                   uy



lo : g + o : = logo : = scolded



i!                         O



bo : g + o : = bo : g o : = put

ze : r + o : = ze : ro : = shaked

a : y + o : * a : yo : = called

so : b + o : = so : bo : = baught



4.5.  If the verb ends in a vowel the suffix / o :/ Is changed to

/wo :/. /wo/ can not be considered a separate suffix.



zu : 4- o: = /zu : wo :/ = to see



4.6.  As EE exception two bisyliabics are also followed by /  o :/

/gudlya + o :/ = /gudiya : wo :/ = washed